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Warranty Form

In order to initiate a warranty, please fill out the form below. Your claim is considered active upon submission of this form, with all requested information provided. If all requested information is not provided, your claim is considered active upon receipt of this information.

The serial number on DPS Skis is etched, not printed, along the edge of the ski near the midsole markings. If yours is tough to spot, holding the ski in the light can be helpful. For non ski items, please enter 'N/A'.
I.e. 87 C2, Wailer 112 RP, Koala 119, Logo tee, PHANTOM, Ski bag

Step two: Warranty Resolution

Once your warranty has been initiated, a DPS warranty specialist will contact you upon review of your claim. DPS strives to resolve all warranties within a two-week period, but we sincerely try to address the claim as soon as we are able. If you do not hear back from a warranty specialist immediately, please be patient. Sometimes it takes a couple days in order to fully evaluate the issue. If your situation is urgent, please give us a call at +1.801.413.1737 and we will do our best to accommodate you.

While we prefer to resolve warranties through digital photos via the Warranty Initiation Form, there are times when we must physically inspect a ski in order to determine if the warranty will be approved. In these cases, your warranty specialist will assign you an RA number and provide instructions for shipping to the DPS Factory in Salt Lake City, Utah. Please note that failure to ship skis according to the directions provided may delay the processing of your warranty.

Once the evaluation has been completed, your warranty specialist will inform you of resolution options. Upon your acceptance of a resolution option, we will need to account for the original skis. We may require you return them to us, and provide you with an RA number and instructions for shipping. If this is the case, you are responsible for any applicable shipping costs and logistics. If the skis are slated for destruction, you will be given the option to render them visibly un-skiable, and provide us with pictures confirming their destruction, instead of sending them back.